The specification of the units matches the prime location and includes large secure private yards, large power supplies, mains gas, EPC ‘A’ rating, 10%-15% rooflights, WCs, showers, cycle storage, siphonic drainage and automatic Hormann Level Access Doors.
The construction of the buildings of 31,300 sqft and 14,245 sqft is expected to complete in Q3 2020 and strong interest is expected from national and local occupiers.
Edward Hodgetts said, “The Contractor is following all Construction Leadership Council advice and other Government guidance and has implemented additional health and safety measures to ensure the safety of those working on and visiting the site. This development provides much needed supply of high specification smaller units into a market which has been dominated by larger big box units more recently, and should be of interest to local operators looking to upgrade or expand their current facilities.”
Interested occupiers should contact Edward Hodgetts or agents Richard James-Moore or Carl Durrant at JLL and Adam Mcguiness and Nick Waddington at MWRE.
To date, Hodgetts Estates have constructed and let over 260,000 sqft at the prime logistics location Core 42 Tamworth. Local occupiers to the area now include Greencore Plc, OCADO, Volkswagen, Sainsbury’s, TNT and UPS.